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. BOTTOM LINE: Long Island-Brooklyn chooses the season sweep over St. Francis (Pa.) after winning the previous match in Brooklyn. The teams last met on Jan. 7, when the Sharks produced 27 St. Francis (Pa.) turnovers and turned the ball over just 17 times on the way to the 78-75 triumph.

DIFFERING EXPERIENCE: Long Island-Brooklyn has been fueled by senior leadership this year while St. Francis (Pa.) has actually depended on freshmen. Senior Citizens Ty Flowers, Jermaine Jackson Jr. and Eral Penn have combined to represent 68 percent of Long Island-Brooklyn’s scoring this season. On the other hand, freshmen Mark Flagg, Maxwell Land and Ronell Giles Jr. have integrated to score 43 percent of the group’s points this year.NIFTY FLOWERS: Flowers has connected on 21.4 percent of the 14 3-pointers he’s tried and has actually gone 3 for 14 over the last three games. He’s also transformed 75 percent of his foul shots this season.

COLD SPELL: St. Francis (Pa.) has lost its last four road video games, scoring 61.3 points, while allowing 76.8 per game.

DID YOU KNOW: The Long Island-Brooklyn defense has actually forced challengers into turnovers on an outstanding 26.2 percent of all belongings, which is the 14th-highest rate in the country. St. Francis (Pa.) has actually turned the ball over on 20.9 percent of its ownerships (ranked 251st among Division I groups).

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